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1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

Changes affecting the health of oceans - opinion

The ocean regulates our climate while generating half of the oxygen we breathe. More than three billion people worldwide rely on fish as a significant source of protein.


3 hrs ago | CBC News

Ottawa's new aquaculture rules would permit harmful dumping

The federal government is proposing new aquaculture regulations that would permit the dumping of harmful substances on the ocean bottom beneath fish farms.


Related Topix: Agriculture

3 hrs ago | Northumberland Echo

Aquaculture ordinance to change

When it met Thursday night, Northumberland County's planning commission hadn't much choice about recommending a change in the county ordinance regarding the harvest or production of aquacultural products in agricultural zones.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

6 hrs ago | Grist Magazine

Why Connecticut is doing sushi right

New Haven is not known for its sushi, and sushi isn't known for being sustainable.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining

8 hrs ago | Marlborough Express

US in for treat from leftovers

Pet treats made from Marlborough's unwanted blue mussels and salmon bits are to be launched on to the United States market from next month, as well as being tested on Prime Minister John Key's cat Moonbeam.


Related Topix: Oceania, New Zealand, World News

17 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

Maritime Country Not Only Related To Issue Of Fish

To become a maritime country, it is not only the questions of fish, sea, and transportation, according to Maritime and Fisheries Minister Sharif Cicip Sutardjo.


Tue Aug 26, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Plastics may pose a greater threat than climate change

The world's leading expert on the poisoning of the oceans has described how he was "utterly shocked" by the true amount of plastic floating on the sea, warning that it potentially posed a bigger threat to the planet than climate change.


Related Topix: Oceanography, Science, Long Beach, CA

Lake Cowichan Gazette

Haida Seafood Products graduates Old Massett divers

Haida Seafood Products is pleased to announce that seven Old Massett dive students have successfully completed the "Restricted Surface Supply" diver certification course delivered in Old Massett by DiveSafe International.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Seafood, Agriculture, Science

Flawed rules threaten Scottish fishing

It would be better, perhaps, if Shetland was part of Africa, with some quirk of history delivering these islands at Siberian and Alaskan latitudes to the care of an emerging tropical nation.


Related Topix: Shetland Islands County, Scotland, United Kingdom,

The Daily Star

Swelling Balu sends students on 1.5km detour

A 25-foot stretch of a road was swept away by water from the swelling Balu River in Kazir Jaiga village of the capital's Khilgaon Monday.


Michigan Radio

Debate ongoing over fish farming in the Great Lakes

Michigan took a big step forward this summer in the business of fish farming. The state issued a permit to expand the Grayling Fish Hatchery more than tenfold.The hatchery raises trout for restaurants and grocery stores.


Related Topix: Michigan, Agriculture, Science, Harrietta, MI, Life, Food, Seafood

Mon Aug 25, 2014

Fiji Times

Cluster program for tilapia farmers

SMALLholder tilapia farmers from the Western Division are working together in a cluster program that brings together competitors to improve production.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

Sun Aug 24, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Freshwater Institute opens doors for tour

Sunday morning began like a trip to another world, as dozens of scientific representatives geared up safely in blue and white space uniforms to tour the Freshwater Institute to see the facility's progress on food production sustainability.


Related Topix: Environment, Science

Marlborough Express

Firm views held on sea farm effect

POSITIVE RESULT: Aquaculture NZ chief Gary Hooper says it's encouraging to see the vast majority of New Zealanders support the industry.


Related Topix: Oceania, New Zealand, World News

The Motley Fool

Whole Foods Market Wants to Save This Amazonian Fish -- By Eating It

The organic supermarket chain is trying to develop a market for paiche to compete with more expensive whitefish such as halibut and Chilean sea bass.


Related Topix: Retail, Whole Foods Market, Grocery, Agriculture, Science, Life, Food, Organic Food, US News, United States Department of Agriculture, Seafood

Fri Aug 22, 2014


WA in zone for big finfish farms

Potential for growth: Landmark auctioneer Brad Keevers at the Fitzroy Crossing Invitation Bos Indicus Bull Sale.


Related Topix: Australia, Oceania, World News, Agriculture, Science

People's Defender

Manchester Council discusses old school

The Manchester Village Council met for a special session on Aug. 18, in the Mayor's Office at the Manchester Community Building.


Related Topix: West Union, OH, Manchester, OH

Sys-Con Media

Moving Forward on Aquaculture Activities Regulations

Aquaculture activities currently fall under 10 different federal acts. The proposed changes aim at clearly spelling out conditions under all federal acts.


Korea Herald

[Weekender] Five wonders of Jindo Island

Jindo Island is rich not only in historical and cultural traditions, but also gastronomy, according to locals and tourists who have visited the island over the years.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Seafood


Flex your mussels

Alain Bosse has been cooking mussels for more than 30 years in his restaurants and wants to spread the love to home cooks who might be neophytes and to longtime fans who are seeking new ways to serve the tasty molluscs.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Seafood, Recipes, Pizza


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